A Halloween Miracle: Events Still on
Morristown Partnership-organized event set for 3 to 5 p.m.; Macculloch Hall also welcoming trick-or-treaters.
Are you still without power? Sleep with your winter gear on last night, or splurge for a hotel room?
A couple events, however, that were scheduled before we had snow in October–the annual trick-or-treating in downtown Morristown–will go off as planned, from 3 to 5 p.m.
"We're expecting it to be mobbed," said France Delle Donne, of Morristown Partnership. "I've already had like 50 calls this morning about it. I hope our downtown businesses have plenty of candy."
The Morris Plains Halloween Parade Party is still scheduled to take place Monday afternoon. Participants will meet at Robert's Garden at 4 p.m. and parade on Mountain Way to the Borough School. Refreshments will be served at the school. Police are asking due to traffic and safety concerns, please park at either Simons Park or the Borough School.
Also, Macculloch Hall Historical Museum will be open for trick-or-treaters from 3 to 5 p.m. "Get some candy and enjoy a break from the cold," said Karen Hollywood, of Macculloch Hall. "Thanks to the garden committee the porch is the perfect venue for taking pictures of your little ghosts and goblins to post on your Facebook page. Our gardens are snow covered so please use our front door, come right on in!"
And while you're in a picture-posting mood, don't forget to do so on Patch, where you could win 1,031 for charity and send your kid to meet Heidi Klum. A little snow can't keep a good online contest down!